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A Lesson in Temperance
Smith Flndl I p t09 1
ON'K of Ms friends recently sent Smith,
of llrooklyn, it fine specimen of
the diamond-back rattlesnake. It wus
a dead rnttlesnuke, though it didn't look
it; in fact, it was only the skin of the
reptile with the bead attached, but ull
the diabolism of the live oreature wns
expressed in the thick, flat head with
two jrlitteriuff black pinheads doinp
duty for the eyes. It Was really a very
line skin, and Smith thought with
pleasure how well it would look on the
wall of liis study, but upon taking it
homo he found that his household re
garded it with mingled emotions. When
he appeared with it In his hands Mrs.
Smith ramped around the room as if it
were a mouse that was confronting her
and threatened alternately hysterics
and a return to the home of her ances
tors. Bridget, the maid, who had come
upstairs on the run upon hearing the
excitement, retired via the front door
to I'ne middle of the where she
informed an interested public that Mr.
Smith had come home to dinner and
brought the devil with him; while the
family eat, after one casual glance nt
the deceased reptile, shinned up the
hack yard grape arUor in a perfect
abandonment of horror, and spit till
her whiskers whistled.
"This snake's all right in its way,"
said Smith, "but I'd rather have my hap
py home, and it don't look as if the two
were compatible. I'll give it house room
for a day or two, and then present it to
some bachelor apartment."
With some difficulty and after repeat
ed assurances that the object of her ter
rors was quite dead, Smith persuaded
Itridget to return to the house and her
duties. Mrs. Smith was somewhat rec
onciled by learning that at any time
the serpent could be turned into a hand
some belt for herself, If she so desired,
and consented to try it lirst ns a wall
ornament for a time. The cat refused
to come back, but that night sat on the
back fence and told all the other cuts
about it until the neighborhood quelled
their comments and interjections with
Upon arriving at his office the next
morning Smith found a note from his
friend llixby, setting forth a sad case,
to-wit, himself. llixby had recently re
turned from the nrid south, whence he
had brought a large fund of informa
tion regarding the noxious insect and
reptilian life of the region, a reputation
for a leaning toward revolver practice,
and an abounding thirst which nil the
strong waters in New York couldn't
quench he hadn't tried the other kind.
"Dear Smith: I've been going It for the
last week or year or something. Been try
ing to put the Raines law out of business
by drinking all the booze before Sunday.
I'm pretty much on the aboriginal bum In
consequence They haven't got me yet.
but I saw one of 'cm last night. It had
long, pink, wriggly ears and I thought It
was an eel till I saw the hoofs on It. It's
been hovering around all this morning nnd
I've been trying to chase It with ammonia
cocktails, for I know If it ever gets neat
enough to say 'Tag,' I'm it. If you've gol
room in your place for a head like a barrel
I wish you'd take me to Brooklyn to-night.
I need a change of air. Oh, my boy: I've
been on a toot that would make the Ange!
Cabrlel'a trumpet feel like a busted penny
whistle. I'll be Ttt your office at five, with
or without assistance, as the case may be.
Yours hurriedly. BIXBY."
At the appointed hour llixby arrived
in a cab. and when he saw him Smith
sent word home to Mrs. Smith that she
had better invent and accept nn invita
tion to dir.e nnd spend the night nt her
aunt's. Not that Hixby wns intoxicnted.
lie was sober nnd sorry for it. After
dinner. Smith judged, there might he
trouble. Upon their arrival he ex
plained Mrs. Smith's absence and Bix
by suggested cocktails as a starter be
fore dinner. His friend persuaded him
to tackle the bathtub instead of a
bracer, and after a cold bath and some
fresh clothes Bixby said he thought he
could eat something, with a little help.
All the help that Smith allowed him
was one long whisky and seltzer, where
upon Bixby locked unutterable re
proach at the dispenser of sparse hos
pitality, but was too polite to protest.
After dinner Bixby was nervous. Smith
suggested club. They went. One game
cf billiards there showed up Blxby's
condition in its true light. He tore two
holes In the cloth and nearly put out
the marker's eye in trying to score three
on t lie play. Then he demanded drink
not loudly, but so fervently that his
host knew there wns nothing else f or It,
An hour passed and Itixhy was feeling ,
better, ut leust he said he was. Smith
got him to start home and suggested I
dropping in to see a doctor on the
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doctor, lie didn't want to. see any doe
tor; what lie wanted to see was a bar
tender. Off he went in search of one,
nnd Smith had to follow. Uy the time
they got home Smith was mud and his
guest was apparently happy, but behind
that happiness was a strain of anxiety
evinced by Sundry furtive glances which
he east around him. and in the front
hall be embraced the stairnoal with I
tears, confiding to it that it was his
only salvation against a hungry horde
of gigantic germs which were, even
t hen. camped upon his trail. By urgent
insistence Smith made him drink large
quantities of water, and presently put
him to bed. secure thai nothing worse
than a u i v bad head would be the re-
! aiilt, of -that evenlntr's Indulgence. But
be saw, too, that it was only a question
of n short time before his friend would
go to pieces if a stop weren't pm to his
course, and he sat dow n and meditated
deeply upon the subject. Suddenly his
recently acquired rattlesnake project
ed its wicked bead and shining eyes
Into his thoughts nnd he slapped his
thigh a6 does a man when he hits upon
a happy thought or a mosquito.
"By thunder, I'll do it." he cried.
"It'll scare seven kinds of moonlight,
sunlight and starlight out of him, but
it'll serve him rirht and it'll cure him,
too, if anything will."
Kven then Hixby was snoring willi 1
that thick, sticky snore that means
"dead to the world." in the room ad
joining Smith's and connected with it
through a double washroom. Above
the head of the sleeper were two pul- I
leys fastened to the ceiling, formerly
used for t he manipulation of a mosquito
net. To rig up a tackle of fine but strong
thread on these pulleys took Smith less
than five minutes, nnd he worked with
perfect security that nothing could
awake his guest, who didn't so much ns
stir or gronn when Smith stepped on his
chest. A few minutes' work with the
rattlesnnke and n needle followed, and
then the reptile, fnstened head nnd toil,
rose and soared above the bed of the
sleeper. Smith ran the thrend into the
washroom, made the snake fnst to the
ceiling and went to bed, knowing thnt
he would wake up before his guest. The
last thing he heard thnt night wns the
snoring of Bixby; It wns still going on.
though in a higher key when he awoke
In the morning.
All the probabilities were that the
guest would sleep heavily for an hour
more nt least, so Smith had breakfast
alone and leisurely and then went up
stairs with a lafce pitcher of ice and a
siphon of seltrer to call Bixby. It was
something of a Job to arouse that gen
tleman, but he finally responded to
Smith's knocks in a drawling snarl. It
would take him some time, Smith knew,
to get his eyes open, so the host slipped
around to his tackle and waited. To
his great disappointment Bixby snoozed I
'. WTt , I 1. I I. - '
again, i nere was an alarm iuuvs m
room. Smith went quietly in nnd set it.
nnd In three minutes its buzz was whir
ring in the sleeper's ears. Pawing the
air nnd with his features twisted into
an expression of extreme disgust, he
fought agninst it for h moment; then j
he opened his eyes and looked straight
up at a flying serpent which gently
wiggled its tail nt him. What Smith j
rather expected wns that he would then j
leap from the bed with a shriek and
rush out, but it didn't happen so. "For
second Bixby contemplated the prod
Igy with checke1 breath, then shut his
eves slowly and tubbed them gently in
ward. Watching him from the crack of
the door. Smith could see what a strug
gle it was for him to open his eyes
again, but he did It, nnd this time his
head gave a jerk. Smith trembled a
little with excitement and the snake
jiggled. There was n catch in Bixln's
throat both visible and audible, and he
swallowed painfully. Then come his
voice in n w hisper:
"I know what you are. I saw you
that last night before I left the plant-
tion, only you had wings then antl now
you fly without them. But I know you ;
you're nothing; you're not there at all.
and when I wake up nnd get my hend
into cold water it'll be all right."
He shut his eyes ngnin determinedly
andlayquite still, but he was not nsleep
His eyes were too tightly closed foi
that, as Smith could see by the little
wrinkles nround the corners, and many
small beads came out on ids forehead.
Now when n man wnkes in the morn
ing and perspires suddenly it is not
well with him. Only long and earnest
devotion to the bottle will produce thnt
effect. The heart of Smith, which had
been growing pitiful within him. hard
ened again. The lesson should be com
plete. Bixby opened his eyes again nft
er a period and beheld his old planta
tion acquaintance, minus the pinions,
swinging gracefully to and fro. He
fried to follow the motions pith his
head, but quickly gave thnt up, for the
effect produced was that of a score of
aerial serpents wheeling dizzily nround
In the center of a spinning universe, and
his head reeled among waving pillows,
He buried his face in the bedclothes, nnd
the smothered accents of his woe were
barely audible to the listener.
"Oh, if I could only pet out of this J
room! But I suppose there's more of i
'em waiting for he in the halt. Where
n I, anyway? I wonder If this is ward i
10? I wouldn't mind if I could only i
look up and not see that thing. Oo-oo-1
oob-h-h-hl I can see my finish, and it s
worse than I thought it would be."
It might have been three minutes be
fore Smith heard the sound of & long
breath, the Indrawn spirit of determina
tion. Tho face Of Bixby emerged from
tho clothes and froze with horror.
Above his face and o near that the wind
from It tanned hi brow th vision of
horror nodded Its devilish head rapidly.
Then began the real thing in a serpen
tine dance. Up soared the terror to the
ceiling, only to swoop down again like
a hawk. For u moment it hung sway
ing, then began to coil and writhe nnd
wriggle and waggle nnd squirm and
dart and glide and gliddcr until the
flesh slid on Bixby's bones und the
libers of his sorfl writhed in indtaiion
of the convolutions of the floating mon
strosity. It occurred to Smith that the
thing had gone about far enough and
he let his hideous puppet come to rest
and was thinking hat to do next w hen
he observed thnt Bixby was about to do
something himself. Keeping his
strained gaze fixed on the rattlesnake,
the guest reached out and grasped his
trousers, which lay on n chnir within
reach. He drew them toward him anil
fumbled in the pockets. Before Smith
had time to comprehend what he was
after there was a succession of deafen
ing reports, and amid a cloud of smoke
Smith could see the disintegrating par
ticles of his snake fluttering down upOtl
an empty bed. Bixby threw himself,
yelling, upon the floor, and, casting his
revolver from him, scrambled on ail
fours to the nearest door, which hap
pened to be the one that sheltered
Smith. Qrabbing Smith by the knees;
be proceeded to give a very fair imita
tion of a fit of hysterics. Smith seized
the seltzer iiottJe and gave him the,
stream full In the face. It was not with
that intention that he had brought it
upstairs, but it answered admirably.
Gasping and choking, Bixby came to
"Tell me it was; toll me it was," he
brokenly besought Smith.
"Of course it was, old man," said
Smith, perfectly comprehending the
somewhat elliptical query. He knew
what, was filling Bixby's tortured mind
to the very brim at thnt moment. "It
was n stuffed snake that 1 had about the
"Thank God I" said the other, simply
ond fervently. "Whew! It was awful."
Shooting the rest of the seltzer into
the pitcher of ice. Smith handed it to
him, nnd he drank chokingly, shaking
all over with the reaction of the relief.
Smith wondered why his friend wasn't
furiously angry at the trick that had
been played on him. nnd felt himself
somewhat conscience-stricken, but de
termined to make the best of the occn
slon, "It might not hnve been real, Bix."he
"You'd never have known the differ
ence," sold his host.
Bixby groaned ngnin and pressed
some Ice against his head.
"What are you going to do about it?"
asked the persistent Smith.
"Eh?" said Bixby, dully. "Do? Oh,
my head! You're sure that thing was
there, Smithy? You aren't fooling me?
I wouldn't look into that room for a
'AOh, it was tbeitr," Smith assured
him. "I fixed it myself wbi'ie you were
dead to the world. But don't you think
it's time you whistled down brakes on
this gay career?"
"Smith," said Bixby, after a long
pause, "I'll buy you a. new snnke. You
give me that one as soon as I feel well
enough to stand its company. Did you
teach It to fly yourself ? 1-1-I-I-ineiin-I
guess I'm not very r.teady yet. I want it
as a memento to remind me of what it
can do if n man goes too fur, you know."
"You'll get it as soon ns you prove
that you are fit company for a sober
and decent snake," said Smith.
"Don't you fear." snid Bixby, solemn
ly. "This is the end. Three drinks
per day after this is my limit. And
that goes, too. That isn't (he common
or garden variety of next-morning-never-again.
Bring me out my gun, old
boy. I don't feel steady enough to go
in there after it yet."
When Mrs. Smith got home, which
was nfter Bixby had left, there were
certain matters to be explained to her.
First, there was the snnke. Smith said
the cat did it. Then there was the bullet-riddled
ceiling; he couldn't say thai
the cat did that, but he explained that
it must be the wosk of rats. Bridget
had reported hearing shots rtred. Smith
said yes, that Bridget was undoubted
ly right; he had heard them himself,
and they seemed to be very near nt
hand. Mrs. Smith doesn't tell all she
knows, or even all she believes, and
Smith appreciates this spirit. She now
enjoys the possession of a handsome
snakeskin purse and a cardcase to
match. Bixby has the rattlesnake,
cleverly put together by a taxidermist,
mounted on n panel in his room. Ev
erybody is satisfied except Bridget, who
suspects that she ought not to stay itv
a house once perforated by the presence
of a representative of the prince of
darkness, and the cat, who never did
come back. N. Y. Sun.
She Didn't Rrragalse Him.
A parson who occasionally preaches
in South London arrived to take the
place of the vicar, who had been called
away on account of some family be
reavement, nnd found nn old nnd rath
er asthmatic lady struggling up the
steps which led to the front door. lie
courteously gave her his arm to as
sist her, nnd when they reached the
top the dmne asked him if he knew
who was going to preach. "Mr. So-and-So,"
replied the parson, giving his own
name." "O, dear me!" exclaimed the
old lady, "help me down ngnin, if you
please. I'd rnther listen to the gronn
ing amd creaking of a windmill than
sit under him," and she prepared to de
scend. The parson gently assisted her
downstairs, and sighfully remarked, ns
he bade her goodby: "I wouldn't go in
either if I weren't the preacher." Lon
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